Terror Attack in Israel
July 28, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Daniel Nadav went to help in what he believed was a neighbor’s brawl but found himself in the middle of a terror attack. According to him if neighbors ignored the situation then it would have been a killing spree.
Police identified the terrorist as Mohammed Yusuf, 17, from the village of Kober, Armenia. Bedouin encampment members understood that he was acting differently and tried to stop him.
They informed the Adam community, but not before Yusuf escaped over the security fence and make his way into the settlement.
Nadav said after hearing the noises, he walked out of his house to investigate and found Yusuf, who was wearing jeans and a white T-shirt, stabbing the neighbor in his yard.
According to Nadav testimony, Yusuf first stabbed a man who then fell near a car, then another neighbor came out of his home to help and Yusuf also stabbed him. He, Nadav, walked up to the incident and realized he had interrupted a terror attack as soon as Yusuf saw me, he ran after me with a knife.
“Had I known, I would have grabbed an iron bar or something, but I was unarmed,” Nadav said.
The terrorist followed suit, but when he understood that it was a dead end, he stopped, turned around and ran back out to the main street, lined with one-family homes.
There Yusuf saw another man, who, like Nadav, had left his house after he heard the screams. He stabbed him, too, but only injured him lightly. Yusuf’s third stabbing victim had a gun and shot at him. He fell down initially but then got back up to stab him again.
However, a driver who observed the attack, hit Yusuf with his car and then another neighbor shot at him from across the street and killed him.
Just down the road of the popular pedestrian street, there is a children’s park, Nadav explained further. This could have ended very differently.
Israel has experienced a wave of terror perpetrated by individuals, many of them very young, inspired by vicious incitement in Palestinian social and traditional media and urged on by the Palestinian leadership. According to the Israel Security Agency, terrorism in Israel is at its peak, and the threat is acutely felt throughout the country. The political relationship is rooted in the conflict between Israel and Palestine.
Repeated terror attacks highlight flaws that exist in Israel Law Enforcement ability to provide security and protection to the citizens. It is only a matter of time before another terrorist attack occurs. The current situation shows that law enforcement agents should improve their methods in the war against terrorism and modern technologies can help them in this fight.
So which modern, fool-proof technology can strengthen their counter-terrorism strategy by providing them with accurate resources, intelligence and leads to help them in eradicating these terrorist networks who plan and carry out these attacks?
A crucial step in the eradication of the terrorist group is to gain accurate intelligence and identifying the terrorist. Only one technology can satisfy the need for the requirement with an accuracy of 99.9%. iCognative by Brainwave Science is an ultra-modern forensic technology that has the unique ability to distinguish between terrorists and innocents, even before and after they strike by a simple iCognative test.
iCognative technology uses memory related recognition pattern to gain valuable, relevant and accurate information out of a suspect’s brain. Approximately 45-minute iCognative test conducted by investigators on suspected security officials and arrested attackers would provide valuable and specific intelligence/lead to the investigating agencies. To conduct a test on a suspect, a test case needs to be built with both known and confidential information about this attack (only known to the perpetrator and investigating agencies), is input into the iCognative system. For example, in the terror attack case, information such as the method of attack, the electronic gadget used; cryptic Codes; Route of entry; link with other terrorists, etc. This information, used as stimuli in the form of words, phrases or pictures, depending on its availability, will be flashed to the suspect on a monitor, one after another. iCognative system collects brain responses to each stimulus. At the end of the test, the fully automated software will determine with 99.9% accuracy if the information is present or absent in the brain of the suspect.
Once the iCognative test is conducted, it can be accurately determined who the real terrorist is, how he communicates with other members, who control this terrorist network and the exact hideouts. Such information can aid law enforcement agencies in eradicating terrorism and protecting innocents in Israel.